A 5 year old girl was suspended from school after she was found armed to the teeth…
… with a toy bubble gun.
Yep, the little “soap bubble bandit” brought this “dangerous” piece of machinery [/s] to school, and just to ensure our safety … was sent home to her shocked mother Emma.
More on this dastardly caper from a video transcript on Guns N’ Freedom…
Brighton, Colo. – A 5 year-old Colorado girl was suspended from kindergarten on Monday for bringing a gun to her elementary school.
It sounds alarming, but the weapon was a bubble gun, a popular plastic toy sold at stores across the country.
The girl’s mother, who goes by Emma, said she was shocked when she got a call from Southeast Elementary School telling her she needed to pick up her daughter and take her home.
Going to file this one in the “common sense just isn’t that common” department. I get the “policy consistency” that probably “had” to be enforced here, but maybe it’s time to re-evaluate that policy?
Guess they’re worried that kids might all get soapy at recess. I can’t imagine what it would be like if kids were allowed to be kids again.
Bubble guns are a gateway firearm.
Where do they find the “administrators” and or “teachers” that brewed up the antics discussed, and more important is the following. Why are such idiots hired in the first place?
Alan: “Common Core” will teach these same values (or more precisely lack of) EVERYWHERE in the country, to students and teachers, by way of administrators and legislators. “Gun-free zones” aren’t effective anywhere, so they had to be “improved upon.”
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